Gregory Waldron  


Blue Hour Fun In Budapest by Gregory Waldron

January 2020 - Blue Hour Fun In Budapest

January 2020 - Gregory Waldron

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About the Image(s)

Image taken with a Sony A6400 camera and a 18-105 F4 lens. The setting were as follows: 74mm, F9, ISO 100, at 5 seconds. There was very little postprocessing done on this Image. I cropped and cleaned up some of the cranes in the back ground.


6 comments posted

Bill Provost   Bill Provost
This is a great shot. I really like the lighting on the buildings. The tall steeple is majestic and brings your eye into the image. Then there is the white border that over powers it all. I'm not a fan of borders and in this case it dominates the image in my opinion. If I were to put a border around this lovely image it would be very slender so as to not distract from the regal building.   Posted: 01/06/2020 21:35:58
Gregory Waldron   Gregory Waldron
Thanks for your feedback. This image was part of my top 10 images that I had printed to share with some friends. The boarder was used as an easy place to list the location. On my European trip, I may have photographed 50 churches. I still have a few more images to share with our group, and will leave the boarders out.   Posted: 01/13/2020 20:19:45

Darcy Johnson   Darcy Johnson
It wouldn't work for all photos and I can see where the border could be distracting or even detract from a photo. That said, I kind of like the postcard look that the border provides for this photograph. I particularly like how you cropped the photo. Hoping to get to Budapest this year and see the church myself. A very lovely night image!   Posted: 01/07/2020 23:40:11
Gregory Waldron   Gregory Waldron
Thanks for your comments. Budapest and the Danube River region is amazingly photogenic. I hope you have as much fun as I did.   Posted: 01/13/2020 20:22:48

Arun Bagga   Arun Bagga
I think you have done a nice crop and adjustment to concentrate viewer's attention on the church. I see good sharpness, details and colors in the main structure and darkening the sky keeps the focus on the main subject.

The thick border and the printed title at the bottom would suit in case you are preparing the image for a print exhibition.   Posted: 01/09/2020 15:41:18
Gregory Waldron   Gregory Waldron
Thanks for your feedback.   Posted: 01/13/2020 20:23:19

 

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